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Mark

04-07-2003 20:50:07




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Where can AC orange for an AC G tractor be purchased? I have been told that shade is no longer available at AGCO..Thanks for any suggestions, Mark




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oly

04-12-2003 21:15:44




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Hi Mark, go the auto parts they have paint, they will mix it for you, usually good paint too. I have purchased paint from discount parts suppliers. Well I am back at the auto parts, they do a good job and I always add hardner to the paint, makes it shinny (looks good and last alot longer) not cheap, but why not do it once the right way..you will be happier in the long run. good luck



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Matt

04-11-2003 09:17:40




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Tractor Supply Stores



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tom davison

04-09-2003 14:59:06




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
I purchased some spray cans of Persian Orange 1 from a young gentlemen from Iowa. He advertises in the Old Allis News. It matches Persian Orange perfectly. He also has the paint in gallons, Prices are good too, except that it may be expensive to ship gallons. I don't recall his name. Tom Davison



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Mark

04-08-2003 18:46:22




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Thanks for all the help..What about engine paint? Mark



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Dave K

04-09-2003 10:59:42




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 Re: Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-08-2003 18:46:22  
Engine Paint? They are all painted with the same orange paint as the tractor except I have never found any paint that will hold up on the exhaust manifold. A good high temp paint will hold up well on the muffler unless you are really working it hard. Our WD used to get cherry red from the exhaust ports to the top of the muffler when working the belt hard or plowing. No paint will hold up to that.

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Mark

04-08-2003 18:46:12




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Thanks for all the help..What about engine paint? Mark



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Dave K

04-08-2003 11:28:12




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
For smaller amounts Krylon AC Orange spray cans in the implement paint line is very, very close to PO #1 I use it for touch up on my WD which I painted with the PPG mixed PO#1 (expensive)
The Krylon number is Krylon Farm and Implement Allis Chalmers Orange 1820. Most hardware stores or Walmart carry it.



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Rod (NH)

04-07-2003 21:32:03




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Hi Mark,

Check out this and this. You want the persian #1, so called and you can get it in these chemistries:

1. Acrylic enamel
2. Acrylic enamel with hardener
3. Urethane single stage
4. Urethane two stage basecoat/clearcoat

For a source, try any local supplier to the automotive body shop industry that carries the PPG product line.

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JMS/MN

04-07-2003 21:30:36




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
AGCO is likely to carry Corporate orange- latest of the three oranges. Persian one and two are available as custom mixes at some auto parts stores. Got mine mixed at Car Quest, about $50 per gallon, looks right. AC orange at Bumper-to-Bumper was definately not right! Go to archives for PPG and Ditzlar numbers for Persian One and Two. Some auto stores can match those mixes. Use a hardener for a good finish, but get it from the same supplier as your paint, so it is compatible.

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Tyler(WA)

04-07-2003 21:22:14




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 Re: AC Orange in reply to Mark, 04-07-2003 20:50:07  
Try Ban Sickle Paints. They make both Persian Orange #1 (early pale orange) and Allis Chalmers Orange (later brighter orange.)

They make a great product and don't charge you $170/gal. for it.



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